Sarah Jessica Parker is collaborating with GAP to create an affordable childrenswear collection

Sarah Jessica Parker is collaborating with GAP to create an affordable childrenswear colle
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Lots of actresses love to add another string to their bow whether that’s music or fashion.

And now, Sarah Jessica Parker will join them as she launches a childrenswear collection with GAP.

According to reports from WWD, the limited-edition collection will be available from spring 2018.

It will be sold across the UK, US, Canada, France, Italy, China, Hong Kong and Japan both online and in store.

And this isn’t her first foray into fashion either.

The actress has collaborated with the brand several times before – she starred in the campaign in 2010 and has launched her own footwear and accessories collection in 2014.

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It’s unclear whether the retailer will follow in John Lewis’ footsteps by ditching boys and girls labels’ from children’s clothing.

The collection won’t be launching until spring next year though so we’ll find out more about pricing or size range then.

Meanwhile, we’ll be keeping an eye out for previews in the next couple of months.

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